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About Nenseth

  • Birthday 05/01/1974

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    Oslo, Norway

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  1. So sorry to hear this news. You will be missed. Just want to thank you for the inspiration your builds have been to me (and others I'm sure) Bon voyage mon ami!
  2. The geometry of this is breaking my mind right now... Would love to see a 3D render of this 🤔
  3. And the irony is that that's were I ordered my other wood from... Forgot the german word for boxwood (buchsbaum) 😲
  4. Had to stock up on more supplies. Anyone know where I can get sheets of boxwood (in europe to keep shipping down) ?
  5. Nothing is assembled yet. Anyone have some suggestions about how to temporarily fix the frames to the keel? So it is easier to sand the correct shape. Some kind of glue which can be 'unstuck' somehow later perhaps..?
  6. Working on the keelson and rabbet And sanding..... lots of sanding..!!
  7. Small update Built a slipway Needs some refining Got a new compound table for more precision
  8. Wow thanks for all your suggestions. Some of these books I`ve seen, some not. I will try to look into them all next week when my head clears of this cold I got. Thanks again Presently working on assembling more frames (all now cut) and the rabbet.
  9. A comparison of my La Belle at 1:36 scale and the 74-gun ship at 1:72 scale
  10. Just browsing through my collection. For some reason it looks to small 🤔 Any suggestions as to what is an essential book that is missing?
  11. Thanks for all the likes 😁 Roger, the monograph does indeed include line drawings of the vessel. I´ll see if I can dig up some clay druxey, it might help doing it that way. Thanks for the tip. And all the forward frames are done (roughly)
  12. Velkommen!! Er mye bra her, folk er gode på tilbakemeldinger og mange veldig bra bygglogger 👍 Mvh Hans Christian
  13. Life settled down abit and I´m back at it again. This is my first go at carving so I don´t have high hopes but it must be done 🤨 So far -Six frames done -One in assembly -Five others cut out Slow going but happy to start up again

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